7th November 1953, Four Gables Maternity Home, Horsforth.
Grew up and lives in Yeadon
Date of Interview
19th February 2021
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David Myers (1st March 2021)
David Myers is a quiet, unassuming man whose thorough knowledge of film and sound engineering has played a pivotal part in the success of Back-Chat.
In our chat we discuss Coronavirus and mental health and the way our government has handled the pandemic in the UK.
Family Christmases and holidays add a lighter side to our chat before we move on to the facial birthmark that David had operated on as a child and how it was handled by David and others.
David, a lifelong bachelor, worked at Crompton Parkinson’s for 34 years and, following the closure of the factory in 2004. happily retrained as a driving instructor.
His overwhelming interest for many years has been amateur film-making at which he has excelled – to have the renowned TV personality and steeplejack Fred Dibner tell you he has watched your film about a traction engine several times is pretty good praise!
Interviewer: Carlo Harrison
Cataloguer: Fiona Quinton
Sound Engineer David Myers
|Corona Virus – Mental Health||07.45|
|Parents – Derek (Warp Twister) & Margaret (Burling & Mending)||18.45|
|Sisters – Christine & Susan||28.25|
|South View & Benton Park Schools||32.40|
|Birthmark – Plastic Surgery||36.25|
|Childhood Holidays – Morecambe – Flamborough Head – Bridlington||43.20|
|Swimming – Ilkley Outdoor Pool||1.11.35|
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